#32 The Journey To A Masterful Journalist! Interview with Jason Feifer Editor In Chief from Entrepreneur Magazine
The Industry Rockstar Show with Kane & Alessia
Jason Feifer is the editor in chief of Entrepreneur magazine, and host of two podcasts: Build For Tomorrow, a show about the changes that got us here, and how to thrive in a changing world; and Problem Solvers, about entrepreneurs solving unexpected problems in their business. He writes a newsletter about how to find opportunity in change. Prior to Entrepreneur Magazine, Jason has worked as an editor at Men's Health, Fast Company, Maxim, and Boston magazine, and has written about business and technology for the Washington Post, Slate, New York, and others.
The mind of entrepreneurial leadership - Q&A with Editor In Chief - Jason Feifer
Growing Big People with PS.
In this podcast episode I am in conversation with editor in chief of the magazine ENTREPRENEUR. Throughout this interview I ask Jason questions about his creative process, hidden gifts of the pandemic, interviewing with The Rock (Dwayne Johnson). Some of his personal development challenges, how to keep growing yourself and your business through hard times. We spoke about working with teams and high business people who are difficult to work with and navigating relationships. This is a great conversation to listen to if you are in any form of entrepreneurship, leadership or personal development. You can check out more about Jason @HeyFeifer as well as @Entrepreneur magazine. Don’t forget to leave a review, and I’d love for you to subscribe and share with me when you’re checking out this episode.
Interview with Jason Feifer, Editor-in-Chief of Entrepreneur Magazine
New Theory Podcast
I chat with Jason Feifer who is the Editor-In-Chief for Entrepreneur Magazine. He also has two podcasts, Build for Tomorrow and Hush Money. You can find Jason at https://www.jasonfeifer.com/ Show sponsor - Mentor Course Reviews: Are the guru's as good as they say they are, check out Mentor Reviews below: https://bit.ly/3pSgeeK
Jason Feifer shares how companies that have clear missions are better at navigating challenges and embracing change. If you’re wondering how your company can stand out in the marketplace, he says that first, you should make a great product, but it’s how you tell your story and relate to people that can make the difference. And if you want to build a long-lasting business, he says the key is to make difficult decisions early, while you still have control. What you will learn: Giving back is good for business The difference between your What and your Why Differentiate with your story Sustainable companies can have larger impacts The importance of situational awareness Resistance is for losers Get to your first failure Quotes: “This is about building long-term relationships, and that’s how you make money for a long time to come.” – Jason Feifer “Frankly, if you’re going to survive as a business in times like these, then you have to go beyond just offering a product or service. You have to be really meaningful to people in their lives.” – Jason Feifer “The companies that are really crystal clear about their mission are the ones that are going to thrive, and the other ones may not have a place in this new world.” – Jason Feifer “Can you identify what role you played in people’s lives and then pivot towards that? This is something I think that we all need to be doing all the time.” – Jason Feifer “So, the way that you differentiate is not just by the great product that you make, though of course, you should make the best product you can. But it’s also the story that you tell and the way you relate to people.” – Jason Feifer “You can’t do good with your company unless your company is profitable. Because otherwise it’s not there to do good with.” – Jason Feifer “The only thing you can do with that is to trust yourself and understand what you know and what you don’t know and continually strive to be better and to be open, I think, about what your own concerns are.” – Jason Feifer “When people resist a new innovation, the only thing that they really do, is they stop moving and they let everybody pass them by, because the future is not optional. You can’t opt out of the future.” – Jason Feifer “There’s an element of faith and risk that goes into anything, and you have to be willing to take that to achieve anything great.” – Derrick Kinney “You’re going to have failures along the way, so make sure you at least get to your first failure and then see how you react and see if you can get your company through it, because it’s going to happen. You’re going to have a lot of them.” – Jason Feifer Free Valuable Report for our Listeners: “3 Beliefs About Money Your Kids Should Learn That No One is Teaching Them” https://goodmoneyframework.com Follow Good Money Good Hands Good Work on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/goodmoneyframework Recommended Resources: JasonFeifer.com Entrepreneur.com
Jason Feifer (@heyfeifer), editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur magazine and host of three podcasts, including Pessimists Archive, joins Erik on this episode to discuss:- Why fears repeat over time throughout history.- The message he’s trying to get through to the world through his work.- The historical opposition to chess, bicycles, and waltzing.- His thoughts on The Social Dilemma.- How he expects social media to evolve.- New forms of communication throughout history and why they were feared initially.- Why he says that “you are evidence that change is not inherently bad.”Thanks for listening — if you like what you hear, please review us on your favorite podcast platform. Check us out on the web at www.villageglobal.vc or get in touch with us on Twitter @villageglobal.Want to get updates from us? Subscribe to get a peek inside the Village. We’ll send you reading recommendations, exclusive event invites, and commentary on the latest happenings in Silicon Valley. www.villageglobal.vc/signup
They say that the only constant thing is change. If it happens all around us all the time, then why do people fear change? On today’s podcast, Dr. Diane Hamilton sits down with the Champion of Change, Jason Feifer. Jason is the Editor-in-Chief of the Entrepreneur magazine and the host of three podcasts – Pessimists Archive, Problem Solvers, and Hush Money. Tune in to this episode to discover why Jason considers change as an opportunity to be embraced and learn how you can make the most of it. Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here’s How »Join the Take The Lead community today:DrDianeHamilton.comDr. Diane Hamilton FacebookDr. Diane Hamilton TwitterDr. Diane Hamilton LinkedInDr. Diane Hamilton YouTubeDr. Diane Hamilton Instagram
643 - Election Hacking and Fear of Change with Jason Feifer from Pessimists Archive
The James Altucher Show
Why are people afraid of change, new technologies, and, right now, election hacking!? I talk with Jason Feifer about why people are always more pessimistic than they should be and that optimism and skepticism are powerful tools to set you apart from the masses and find real success. Plus, Jason shares some fun stories about wild pessimism throughout history I realized during this pandemic that most people are "smart idiots". They come across as smart but then cognitive biases kick in and they start acting like fools. Which is why I asked Jason Feifer to come on the podcast and talk about election hacking (is it a real concern?), and other stories of mass pessimism and hysteria. If you understand the pessimism bias, that's the first step in choosing yourself for success. I write about all my podcasts! Check out the full post and learn what I learned at jamesaltucher.com/podcast. Thanks so much for listening! If you like this episode, please subscribe to “The James Altucher Show” and rate and review wherever you get your podcasts: Apple Podcasts Stitcher iHeart Radio Spotify Follow me on Social Media: YouTube Twitter Facebook LinkedinSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What am I missing? - Jason Feifer from Entrepreneur Magazine
Behind The Human with Marc Champagne
Jason Feifer is editor in chief of Entrepreneur magazine, and host of three podcasts: Pessimists Archive, a history show about why people resist new things; Hush Money, about all the ways money makes life awkward; and Problem Solvers, about how entrepreneurs solve unexpected problems in their business.*He has been an editor at Men's Health, Fast Company, Maxim, and Boston magazine, and has written about business and technology for the Washington Post, Slate, New York, and others. His novel Mr. Nice Guy, which he wrote with his wife, is currently being developed for television. Jason lives in Brooklyn.*Twitter: @heyfeiferInstagram: @heyfeiferLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/jasonfeifer/*Journaling Prompts :What am I missing?What is nobody else asking me to do?Where is the bigger opportunity?*For Mental Fitness Training with Marc >> mchampagne.comIf you're enjoying the podcast - please leave a review! Thanks as always for listening and have the best day yet!⠀*Special props 👇Producer & Editor - John BalderstonMusic: Clouds - Joakim Karud
69: Accomplishing It All With Editor-In-Chief of Entrepreneur Magazine Jason Feifer
BiggerPockets Business Podcast
Were you simply born with a never-ending desire to do more and more? In spite of this, do you sometimes get in your own way, questioning your ability to make a real impact and get things done? Ever think, “Everyone else has this all figured out, why don’t I?,” overanalyzing and second-guessing yourself when presented with a new challenge?NEWSFLASH: You’re Not Alone!For years, Jason Feifer -- Editor-in-Chief of Entrepreneur Magazine, has been an influencer with leading entrepreneurs crushing it in their respective industries. And Jason is clearly crushing it himself as well. Programmed with nonstop motivation and ambition to move forward, make progress, and teach others, Jason also hosts THREE leading podcasts, writes for prominent media outlets, and inspires individuals, business owners and companies as a highly sought-after international keynote speaker.In this episode, Jason talks about the power of solving unexpected problems, the importance of focus, dealing with “Imposter Syndrome,” and tells us the single best podcast (besides this one, of course!) that we should all be listening to in order to motivate us and jump-start our entrepreneurial dreams.Make sure you listen to the end, where Jason reveals his unique take on when and how to create a personal brand.Check him out, and subscribe to the BiggerPockets Business Podcast so you won’t miss our next show!Check the full show notes here: http://biggerpockets.com/bizshow69